My experience


I started my career in the NHS, where I gained my foundation and honed my physiotherapy skills, whilst also working at the Academy at West Ham United Football Club. Here I saw an incredibly talented group of Academy players come through to become some of our best English professional football players.

Professional sport


Professional rugby

I moved on to work full-time in professional rugby for London Irish, where I worked for 7 years and where I was Head Physiotherapist for 5 years. I was lucky to work with some of the best young English talent at the time, together with seasoned internationals from all over the world. 


England & Bath Rugby

I was also England Saxons Physiotherapist during this time, and was involved with the Senior England Squad in their camps, before moving to Bath Rugby where I was for Lead Physiotherapist for 3 years. 


Premier League football

I subsequently went back to work in the Premier League at West Bromwich Albion Football Club for 7 years. I worked in both the Academy and the First team, before going on to manage the Sports Science & Medicine Department there.

Other experience

Private practice


I have a wealth of physiotherapy experience in private practice treating an extremely wide variety of conditions in a complete cross section of people. This has ranged from sports injuries, to children with 'growing pains', to post pregnancy pelvic issues, to those getting a little older and needing help with their mobility.

Professional golfers


I have seen a number of professional and amateur golfers who have needed intensive physiotherapy treatment and rehabilitation after a long season on tour.

Professional tennis players


I have treated and rehabilitated professional touring tennis players to highly accomplished amateurs and players like myself who are keen to keep playing as long as they can!

Professional memberships

For more information about my professional memberships and accreditations, please follow the link below.


To find out what some of my patients and colleagues have thought and said, please follow the link below.